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Definition of "rouser" [rous•er]

  • Something very exciting or great. (noun)
  • One who rouses another from sleep. (noun)
  • A stirrer in a copper for boiling wort. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rouser" in a sentence
  • "The principal among the many distractions is the "rouser," a squib peculiar to Lewes, to which the bonfire boys (who are, by the way, in great part boys only in name, like the postboys of the past and the cowboys of the present) have given laborious nights throughout the preceding October."
  • "After this "rouser," as he called it, he sat down again, and almost immediately fell fast asleep."
  • "Vendola's idiom - part university professor, part rabble-rouser, part abstract poet - distinguishes him from the predictable rhetoric of Italian politicians."